Degas At The Opera
The Paris Opera was a continual source of influence for Degas – his most recognised work depicts theatrical spaces, stage artists, and even audience members.
This detailed book, composed by Henri Loyrette, reflects upon the artist’s relationship with the Paris Opera, exploring the plethora of resources within the house that allowed him to experiment with perspective, light, and movement.
An insightful look at the inspiration behind Degas’ work, this study includes vivid reproductions of his paintings, alongside essays from the art world’s leading curators and historians.
|Dimensions||30 cm x 44.4 cm|
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
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